GRI Education and Training
Building Risk Professionals
As part of our mission to build the capacity of risk professionals in our sector, our Members gain access to GRI’s education programs and networking events. We have several programs underway to improve the skills of risk managers, from new university grads to C-Suite executives to Board members.
GRI believes in engaging directly with our members in order to assist them in building the knowledge and strengthen their risk management team.
Board Risk Oversight and Insight Program
GRI Board Risk Oversight & Insight Program is conducted bi-annually in partnership with the Rotman School of Management. This program covers key aspects of risk oversight in the financial services sector and is available exclusively to Global Risk Institute in Financial Services (GRI) member institutions.
Enterprise Risk Management Roadmap
The Roadmap identifies seven core ERM processes and the associated interdependencies required to achieve the formation of an effective, holistic and integrated approach to ERM in a financial services context. GRI believes that the systematic application of the principles and practices embedded in this Roadmap can materially improve the overall decision quality and experience outcomes that arise in relation to the wide range of risk/return trade-offs inherent in a financial institution’s business strategy and operations.
Masters Financial Risk Management
University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on their new Masters Financial Risk Management program.
The Master of Financial Risk Management is an intensive full-time, 8-month program designed to prepare you for in-demand careers in risk management and trading.
The Master of Financial Risk Management (MFRM) is designed to prepare students who excel at finance and quantitative analysis for careers in this in-demand sector. A bridge between your academic and professional life, the full-time, 8-month program allows you to fast track into the finance industry, giving you a competitive edge over applicants with just an undergraduate degree. Turn risk into reward: consider the MFRM.
Diploma in Risk Policy and Regulation
Queen’s University on their post-graduate Diploma in Risk Policy and Regulation.
The graduate Risk Policy and Regulation Diploma (RPRD) is a four-month program unique in Canada. The program is open to students who already have a Master’s degree in Economics with a specialization in financial economics (MA), or a Master’s in Financial Economics (MFE), and provides a strong emphasis on regulation, systemic risk, macroeconomics and macroeconomic policies (including macro-prudential policy).
The program is both well-suited to those wishing to pursue careers in the public sector and designed to provide a broad perspective for those wishing to pursue careers in the private sector.
For further information, please visit Queen's University program page